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  • Hurley: “I love our ability to fight”

    Hurley: “I love our ability to fight”

    At the Cox RI Basketball luncheon, URI Head Coach Dan Hurley talks a bit about  this Thursday’s Rivalry match-up, and shares his thoughts on the URI’s season so far, as well as his goals for the URI program going forward.

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  • Cooley: “I want our guys to laugh”

    Cooley: “I want our guys to laugh”

    Ed Cooley, at the COX Sports Basketball Luncheon, shares his feelings on the big Bryant over Boston College upset and doles out warm wishes to rival Dan Hurley and the Rhode Island Rams before next week’s RI Rivalry game .

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  • A Big Win For Bryant and Life In The Hot Seat For Tim O’Shea

    A Big Win For Bryant and Life In The Hot Seat For Tim O’Shea

    Tim O’Shea, Bryant Bulldogs Head Coach, talks about the attention from the media after the big upset over Boston College last week and shares some personal thoughts on D1 Basketball and where the Bryant program is heading.

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  • Despite Record, Future Looks Bright for URI

    Despite Record, Future Looks Bright for URI

    On Saturday at 2pm, OSN will televise Saturdays URI-Vermont basketball game (channels 5, 1005HD), as well as stream the action on Go.CoxSportsOnline.com. Earlier this week, Cox sent our camera crew down to Alabama to capture the drama when Dan Hurley’s Rams upset Auburn in a double-overtime win (check this out, below.) While this video captures the euphoria and promise of that victory, URI followed with a tough 55-52 to George Mason. Despite a record 1-6, most onlookers believe the future […]

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  • Friar Women Top Iona 70-58

    Friar Women Top Iona 70-58

    In a game televised on OSN and streamed LIVE on Go.CoxSportsOnline.com, the Providence College women’s basketball team (2-4) downed Iona (2-4), 70-58, with their third 70+ point game of the season. Sophomore guard Tori Rule finished with a career high 23 points, converting on 10-20 of her field goal attempts. J

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  • Cranston East Remembers 40 Years Of Championship Caliber Football

    Cranston East Remembers 40 Years Of Championship Caliber Football

    Before Thursday’s annual Thanksgiving East vs. West football game, Cranston East honored the 1972 team that won the first ever D1 HighSchool Super Bowl. Varsity Life’s Frank Carpano met up with the players at the 40 year reunion to relive some of the cherished memories.  

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  • Boeheim and Pitino: Thanks for the memories

    Boeheim and Pitino: Thanks for the memories

    All were smiles and good wishes last month at the Big East Media Day in the “Big Apple,” when Cox Sports’ Vin Parise talked to legendary Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim. After our interview however, Boeheim unloaded some pent-up feelings about Louisville Cardinal Coach Rick Pitino, who will now also be leaving the Big East Conference. Pitino aid was the Big East “would be fine” after replacing the Orange with Temple and Memphis. What he didn’t say was how “fine” the […]

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  • Moses Brown vs. St. Rays – a new holiday tradition

    Moses Brown vs. St. Rays – a new holiday tradition

    Varsity Life’s Melanie Pellowksi reports on a new Thanksgiving tradition for Moses Brown and St. Raphaels Academy.

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  • Xavier Munford’s Crazy 3

    Xavier Munford’s Crazy 3

    Cox Sports was on hand at Auburn to get the reaction from the URI bench after Xavier Munford hit a 3-pointer to force the first overtime, in the Rams dramatic win over Auburn. Rhody won the first game of the Dan Hurley era, 78-72 .

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  • Chris DiSano: The Rams have a formula in place

    Chris DiSano: The Rams have a formula in place

    Doing math is transparent and telling. Teacher and student. Learning equations, applying concepts and producing an answer, all while demonstrating an understanding and consistency in how you arrived at that answer. Sticking with math and applying the analogy to basketball, in covering the Rhode Island Rams for 31 games last season, I witnessed a team that got the right answer seven times and the wrong one 24. More disconcerting than the results was the methodology. If someone asked to look […]

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